Advances in Regenerated Asphalt Mixtures
Li, Yuanyuan (editor)
Bai, Tao (editor)
Zhang, Jizhe (editor)
Gao, Yangming (editor)
The recycling of asphalt mixtures has significant contributions towards the reduction in greenhouse gases, pollution, natural resources, and energy consumption. Sustainable road materials and technologies can provide a powerful boost to “carbon-neutral strategies”, and so it is crucial to continue moving towards improving these technologies and theories.This Special Issue includes new findings in the field of regenerated asphalt mixtures, including the high-content regeneration of RAP, cold recycling technologies, regenerated mechanisms, eco-regenerating agents, and anti-aged materials. Additionally, novel materials, fast maintenance technologies, and functional materials are also addressed in this Special Issue, such as bio-asphalt materials, intelligent transportation, self-healing technologies, solid waste resource applications, numerical simulations, smart road materials and technologies, etc.
Keywordstung oil composite regenerating agent; aged asphalt; reclaimed asphalt; rheological properties; microstructure and morphology; Buton rock asphalt; storage stability; particle size; physical property; steel-slag powder; asphalt mortar; anti-aging properties; heavy-metal ions; infrared thermal imaging technology of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV); optimal temperature measurement height; melt temperature threshold; molding temperature-road performance prediction model; bitumen/cement composite mixture; strength formation mechanism; early-strength; self-compacted; mixture performance; aggregate gradation; asphalt concrete mixture; volumetric parameters; rutting performance; skeletal dense structure; steel slag; RAP; recycled asphalt mixtures; road performance; radar chart evaluation; L-DMA; mussel bionic materials; modified asphalt; modification mechanism; asphalt; thermal-oxygen aging; UV aging; moisture damage; rheological performance; chemical structure; crumb rubber (CR); bitumen; swelled mechanism; light component; filler; asphalt mastic; interfacial bond strength; asphalt–aggregate interaction; phosphogypsum; steel slag powder; asphalt mixture; overall desirability; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology